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Publisher's Summary

Dolores Cannon's work in hypnosis has taken the study beyond abduction. Dolores traces the phenomenon from the simple to the complex. Exploring areas untouched by other investigators, she makes the unbelievable become acceptable and understandable!

The audiobook includes investigations through hypnotherapy of suspected alien abduction cases and 12 years of UFO extraterrestrial research dating from 1986 to 1998 conducted by Dolores Cannon. 

©2013 Dolores Cannon (P)2019 Dolores Cannon

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Enjoyed

I enjoyed Dolores Cannons work as I have with other books of hers. My only complaint would be one of the narrator's voices is difficult to listen to for long periods of time. She sounded as if she was a frail old woman who was struggling to get the words out. The sampler only let's you hear one of the narrator's voices not all.

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if you know, you'll know. Everything in this book is deeply illuminating, and emphasizes the fact that it is time to open out minds and hearts to beings beyond what we would call "human". Turns out even *they* speak the language of love and truth. The message is clear; "yo wuddup let's chill and stuff why are you ghosting us"

Love this book, and the rest of Delores' work.

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My brain exploded

I had this book in my library for a long time and wasn’t much interested in it but I got bored on a drive and I found myself transfixed with the stories and information found within. I will be listening to more of this author’s books in the future. I found it not only insightful, informative and interesting but it inspired me to be a better human being.

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Fascinating!

Love Dolores Cannon’s work.... opens up the mind to the reality of our Universe. Highly recommended reading if you are interested in exploring the reality of what is ‘out there’.

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What an experience!!

This book is absolutely wonderful!!
An absolute wealth of knowledge!!
I highly recommend this to anyone interested in the topic of alien encounters and also anyone on their awakening journey!!
This book has given much insight and validation to my personal beliefs and experiences!!

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Read This Before You Start..

Read this before you start The Convoluted Universe series!!! Love Dolores’ work she’s inspired me to learn Hypnotherapy!

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Enlightening

Whatever you may feel about this in the beginning, keep going! See you in the Convoluted Universe.

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Good beginner’s guide to the metaphysical world and the extraordinary works of Delores Cannon!

Really enjoyed this book; gives a good basis to the beginning teachings or transcripts of Delores Cannon and her interviewees. There’s so much information; without any doubt in my mind these past life regressions are not fabricated or fictitious! These recounts, have resonated so deeply within, I legitimately have started to go from ‘feeling’ to ‘knowing’ as my subconscious self listens, I’m awakening and realigning to my soul path and purpose.

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Amazing book and prequel

It's a prerequisite to the convoluted universe series. And it's just amazing what you learn here. I recommend pushing through parts that may be uncomfortable as its so worth it in the end!

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Wtf is up with the creepy voice?!

Literally playing at 2.5x the speed to go through the parts where the narrator makes her voice creepy and slow to mimic the 2nd person. Geez.

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  • Miramira
  • 2019-12-04

Odd narration

I’d buy any Dolores Cannon audiobook title, but this is the first so far with a jarring performance by one of the female narrators. Because the subject matter is interesting enough, it doesn’t need special voices or acting with dramatic delivery and odd accents. It is only one of the several narrators, but for the producers: PLEASE do not do this ever again. It is very distracting. VERY DISTRACTING. I’ve gotten used to the reporter-like delivery of past books, and this suits the material much better. As it is, the affected presentation takes the listener completely out of the subject, and the clients depicted come across as doddering or mentally challenged. I’ll put up with it because I want the information, but PLEASE NOT AGAIN. UPDATE: I wrote the former when I was about halfway through. I’m now two more hours along and had to take a break from the crazy-making reader and knock down the performance score to 1 star - and that is solely on this one, not the others (who deserve 5 stars) I feel like I’m listening to a cross between an old woman, a lisping baby-talker, and Billie Burke as Glinda the Good Witch, possibly inebriated. I looked up this particular voice-over artist, and her regular voice is just fine, so this was some kind of choice. What in the world!?! P.S. I really enjoyed the reader who does Janice and related personalities - !

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-12-04

A narrator can really destroy a book

I love Dolores Cannons books, and I am very happy that they are available as audio books. Dolores Cannon, may she rest in peace, is the best ever to explore this area, Since here books are so full of information and in english, I´m so pleased to be able to listen to her books instead of reading (I´m from Sweden)

But when a narrator try to play a role not suitable for the book its destroying it. So I have to agree with others: one narrator, Trisha Brown, makes it hard to listen to some chapters. Why does she sounds like a very, very old lady when she speaks? It´s so annoying. The other a perfect to listen to.

I have to update my reactions after listening to chapter 12.
Why does the man, Jannis father, has to sound so angry? It was very annoying!

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  • John f Adkins Jr
  • 2020-01-19

After chapter 6 it gets VERY good

Did this 1 narrator out of the 4 intentionally try to sabatoge this book? It really seems like it. She made a joke out of this amazing material. Did someone tell her she was doing a non-fiction book? Other than this atrocious voice in a small section of the book that I mostly had to skip over, this book didn't disappoint. The other narrators were mostly great. Dolores Cannon did AMAZING work in her life. God bless your soul Dolores.

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  • Nell
  • 2020-02-02

audio narrating is sometimes very childish and out

Audio narrating (especially female) is sometimes very childish and out of context. the book itself is one of a kind and very intriguing

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  • jk_ultra
  • 2020-02-24

Big Fan of Dolores but the readers...

I really enjoyed all of Dolores Cannon‘s books, and to be honest none of them have great readers for the audiobooks. But this one is especially horrible, her other books I am still able to enjoy despite the reader because I really love the content and she really does pack a lot of information in everything that she has published. If you’d like her videos or things online then you’ll love her books because they are so dense with information.

But some of the readers in this book are so ridiculous, one of them is literally doing an ET voice. I suggest getting keepers of the garden, a lot of similar information and much more enjoyable streamlined story and better readers. Get the custodians after you tried all of Dolores‘s other books, simply because the readers might turn you off to all of her work.

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  • GravelGertie
  • 2020-02-24

That's a WOW. COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN.

Narration is GREAT. The voice actors used were all convincing - not distracting - and even created a sense of Team Spirit between the Very Real Person, Actor and Reader. The material in this book is profound and profoundly needed in our society and this planet. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

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  • Catherine
  • 2019-11-22

Co Narrator female is awful

oh gosh, great info and book, but an annoying co narrator , the main one is great but the other female is terrible to the point that I skipped whole chapters.

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  • Timothy
  • 2020-01-20

Awesome!

I have been waiting for this to be available on Audible for a long time. Please Audible, make more of Dolores Cannon's work available for us to purchase!

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  • Rachael Barghorn
  • 2020-01-05

Captivating Book by the Great Late Dolores Cannon

I've read most of the Author's books and love them all, but I found this book had me pondering a little more. If you're interested in metaphysical matters, extraterrestrials, or simply open-minded just enough, you will LOVE this book(all of the Author's books for that matter). What I love most about the Author and her work is you feel like you're on a journey to discovery with her. Each book gets more evolved. All of Dolores' books on Audible are well narrated with the likeness of the Author, while changing the voice for the remaining characters, which brings her books more alive! Many great audiobooks have been destroyed by bad narrators, so I was even more pleased that such great books by this Author was narrated as great as the books are themselves.
Get ready for a great listen! Enjoy!

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  • Kate Putnam
  • 2021-05-29

The narrator is HARD TO LISTEN TO

I absolutely love anything Dolores Cannon. Be warned that the narrator spends most of the time pretending to speak like a child instead of just stating that she was obviously very young. It’s painful.

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